Great American Ball Park

Section 2 at Great American Ball Park

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Section 2 Seating Notes

  • For baseball games, desirable view from behind home plate
  • Head-on view of the performance for end-stage concerts
  • Related Seating: All-Inclusive Tickets (for Reds games)
  • Premium seating area as part of the Diamond Seats

Row Numbers

  • Rows in Section 2 are labeled A-H
  • When looking towards the field/stage, lower number seats are on the right

Interactive Seating Chart

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  • Section 2 Reviews

    Front of sections 113-133 are behind the netting

    Baseball Review

    There is some amount of netting or screening in front of sections 113-133, extending into the outfield. The height and coverage of netting or screening will vary by section.

    • All-Inclusive Tickets

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      Great American Ball Park has several locations that feature all-inclusive amenities for Cincinnati Reds games. Amenities range depending on the group of seats the tickets are associated with. The following locations have all-inclusive or all-you-can-eat benefits: Diamond ClubSections 1-5 First 8 rows behind home plate Diamond Club lounge access  Club SeatsSections 220-228 and 301-307 Padded Seating Club concourse  Handlebar Passes Another premium option is the Scouts Seats located behind home plate and Dugout Box seats behind the dugouts. These tickets will have access to the Scouts Club, but are not all-inclusive. 

    • Diamond Seats

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      The best seats for a Reds game are located in the first eight rows behind home plate in the ultra-exclusive Diamond Club seats. These seats give fans unrivaled views of the players - and thanks to in-seat wait service - you won't have to miss a single pitch. Diamond Club seat ticketholders will also have access to the climate-controlled (indoor) Diamond Club lounge which features a gourmet all-you can-eat buffet, televisions, and comfortable lounge-style furniture. Diamond Club tickets allow for early access to GABP through a private entrance and can enjoy the pre-game buffet 90 minutes before first pitch until one hour after the game starts.  For a cool look at the players you can peak through a window looking directly into the tunnel from the Reds clubhouse to the dugout. 

    Event Schedule

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